1. Acquire a knowledge base of contemporary perspectives on the concept of vulnerability in the context of Family Dispute Resolution, and apply it appropriately in analysing practical situations. 2. Appraise and assess a vulnerable party’s suitability to participate in a Family Dispute Resolution process, and apply that appraisal in a safety screening and risk assessment. 3. Develop and use strategies to appropriately manage vulnerable parties in Family Dispute Resolution. 4. Critically reflect and debrief on given case studies which include a range of complex issues relating to vulnerable parties in Family Dispute Resolution.